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I think I'm going to try plastic window wells. Measurements are stock. They are going under the flatbed I'm going too build. Black bed liner coating should look good. Might need to fab the brackets...no big deal. I'll document the process.

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https://www.minimizer.com/product-category/on-the-truck/poly-fenders/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwvb75BRD1ARIsAP6Lcqs2K6SQpHOYyF-c7cwDoHdodkoXsjm4_UiInt5hl9GNPMYhDF_fIFoaAqckEALw_wcB

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I went to my local truck supply place and asked what they had.  I found mine that were meant to have taillights in them for super cheap because they couldn't sell them.  No one wanted them.  They were exactly what I wanted.  This is how I found them on their back warehouse shelf, covered in dust from sitting there for a couple years.  $300 for the pair, with mounts and hardware.

 

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Great find.

There's a fairly big semi grave yard about 25 miles north. I'm going to give them a call tomorrow.  Might get lucky. 

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My truck had the plastic ones with lights in them when I got my truck. Had one light issue, but otherwise they have been pretty good. The do need replaced fairly soon. I'm noticing the sides are not completely attached to the top's any more. 

 

Rod

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